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VALIDATION OF CANDIDATE GENES IN RESPONSE TO VERSICAN MANIPULATION IN DEVELOPING SYNOVIAL JOINTS
(East Carolina University, 2012)
Little is understood about the complex process of synovial joint formation in early limb development. It has been shown that versican is highly expressed in the extracellular matrix of these joints (Snow et al., 2005; ...
Characterizing the Expression Pattern of miR167-Regulated ZmArf3 and ZmArf30 in Maize Inflorescences
(East Carolina University, 2014)
Plant growth and development depends on the activity of meristems, pools of stem cells that generate leaves and other organs. Maize (corn) produces two inflorescences, the tassel and ear, which are patterned by a series ...
PROLACTIN FUNCTION IN ZEBRAFISH DEVELOPMENT
(East Carolina University, 2010)
Extensive studies have implicated a myriad of functional roles for prolactin (PRL) and prolactin receptor (PRLR) across a variety of adult vertebrate species. However, much less is known about the physiological role(s) of ...
SPATIAL EXPRESSION OF MATRIX AND MATRIX RECEPTOR PROTEINS IN THE DEVELOPING SYNOVIAL JOINT
(East Carolina University, 2013)
Little is understood about the complex spatial and temporal molecular interactions necessary to form a fully functional synovial joint. Understanding molecular pathways and signaling within the developing joint continues ...
Characterization of MiR319-Regulated TCPs in Maize Development
(East Carolina University, 1/13/16)
Maize produces two inflorescences, the tassel and the ear, that are essential for reproduction. Both inflorescences arise from similar inflorescence primordia and are patterned largely by the same developmental regulators. ...